Gas guzzlers tagged

June 1991
Earth Island Journal;Summer91, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p16
Discloses that consumer activist Ralph Nader's Public Citizen organization has released its fuel efficiency ratings of United States and foreign cars in early April 1991. Identification of the Lamborghini DB132/Diablo as the least fuel efficient car; Geo Metro XFI as the most fuel-efficient car.


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